Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

When a teenager acquires a pen-pal and a life, highs and lows alternate as dizzily as adolescent hormone levels in this engaging Australian debut.Elizabeth Clarry lives in Sydney with her divorced mother. Her father, remarried and moved to Canada, is currently back for a year, making her mom tense and Elizabeth uncertain. Her story, told in letters and notes, begins when the new English teacher ... Read full review

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User Review  - themythicalcodfish - LibraryThing

Another reread of an old favorite. I love epistolary books anyhow, and this one is particularly amusing with letters from little clubs and societies that don't exist. I really enjoy the localized ... Read full review

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User Review  - peptastic - LibraryThing

Dear Lauren, Didn't Elizabeth's dog die when she went on a trip? Think about that next time you go anywhere. Love, your beloved Chihuahua Seamus Feeling sorry for Celia was a lovely book about the ... Read full review

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I absolutely loved this book. It is full of unexpected twists and turns throughout the book you never thought were coming. The book has a supple amount of romance, mystery, life lessons, and at the same time it was so funny!

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Somewhere on the outside cover of the book, they could have at least mentioned the slightest but that the book was made up of letters only. When I first started reading I thought the book was weird and I disliked that the writing formant was in a letter style. As I kept reading it grabbed my attention and I began to enjoy it much more. I would definitely recommend this book despite the writing format. 

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This book is just so great ! It is exciting ! (:

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I think this book is fabulas!!! It definitally grabbed my interest and kept it! If you like books about friendship family love and letters then BUY THIS BOOK RITE NOW!

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User Review  - Jillian -always aspiring- - Goodreads

It's a bit embarrassing to admit that I grinned for a few minutes after finishing this book. I wish I had read it during my teen years since I really could have used Elizabeth's parting letter to the ... Read full review

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